No Ordinary Love Story by Sophie Morgan
Sequel to the Diary of a Submissive

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D/S may not be up everyone’s street, but certainly from the perspective of someone that writes erotic fiction, this book was an education as well as entertainment.
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Sophie Morgan bares all in her controversial sequel to Diary of a Submissive, No Ordinary Love Story.

Sophie Morgan is a submissive. An ordinary, successful young woman who in private surrenders her body and mind to a dominant man. Some of these relationships have been loving, others casual, one just cruel. But what happens when she meets the dominant man of her dreams? When they move in together? When life, love and play collide?

In Adam, Sophie has found a man to respect and cherish her, as well as a lover who'll take her to the very limits of pain and pleasure. But how do you decide whose cooking dinner when later one of you will be whipping the other? Can you be curled up together watching TV one night and the next indulging in a serious punishment session?

In this follow-up to the number-one bestseller, The Diary of a Submissive, Sophie tells us what she did next, how she struggled to combine an ordinary relationship with her sexual needs. It's a controversial, honest and erotic story of trying to find her kinkily romantic happy-ever-after. No Ordinary Love Story is Sophie Morgan's real-life Fifty Shades of Grey.


Sophie Morgan is the author number-one best-selling The Diary of a Submissive, and is a journalist in her thirties.

 

About Sophie Morgan

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Sophie Morgan is in her early 30s. She is working hard at a career she loves as a journalist and is surrounded by friends and amused and exasperated by her family in about equal measure. Loves animals and Marmite, hates people who stop abruptly when walking down the street so you walk into them, and spends too much money on books, DVDs and handbags, mostly in that order. The one thing missing in her life is someone to share it- and she wants that someone to dominate her sexually, as well as help sort the recycling.
 
Published March 28, 2013 by Penguin. 340 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical, Self Help. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Lucy Felthouse on Apr 09 2013

I was intrigued by Sophie’s continuing journey and how much she learnt about herself and her kinks along the way.

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Reviewed by Lucy Felthouse on Apr 09 2013

D/S may not be up everyone’s street, but certainly from the perspective of someone that writes erotic fiction, this book was an education as well as entertainment.

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